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An audience member feeds cabbage to the lion to represent new luck in the new year.

San Francisco performers strive to preserve Chinese New Year traditions

February 11, 2019

During the Chinese New Year performance, the Lion Dancers swept through the streets of San Francisco to bring the holiday and its traditions to the residents and visitors. â€...

Freesia Finn, Chanel Gruevarra, and Mikayla Acosta volunteer at the Laguna Honda community trail project.

San Francisco greenery is a sight for sore eyes

December 11, 2018

When people imagine a hospital, they usually think of an uncomfortably sterile room lit by bright fluorescent lights. But at Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center...

Jackson Tam, a sophomore, reaches for the birdie to avoid getting scored on.

Carlmont badminton defeats South San Francisco 11-4 on senior night

April 27, 2018

Carlmont came out with fire to deny a win against rival South San Francisco. On April 26, Carlmont played a conference game against South San Francisco on senior night. The two teams had previously met on Mar. 15...

The Carlmont Robotics team competed at the San Fransisco Regional Competition on the weekend of March 18, winning two spirit awards.

Robotics team competes at the San Francisco Regional Competition

March 20, 2018

The Carlmont Robotics team traveled to compete at the San Fransisco Regional Competition on the weekend of March 18. The team successfully made it to the semifinals but wer...

After the death of Ed Lee, the President of the Board of Supervisors, London Breed, became the acting mayor. Since then, Breed has been replaced with District 2 supervisor Mark Ferrell.

Replacement of San Francisco Mayor sparks outrage

February 6, 2018

After the unexpected death of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Dec. 12, 2017, the President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, London Breed became the acting mayor. Ho...

Tens of thousands of people are estimated to have taken to the streets on Jan. 20 in San Francisco. The marchers stretched on for blocks with no end in sight to their numbers.

San Francisco Women’s March returns with a path to the ballot

January 21, 2018

They rose. They resisted. And most notably, they repeated. On Saturday, Jan. 20, the women of San Francisco took to the streets one year after the Women’s March on Washington w...

San Francisco protesters rain down on white supremacy

August 15, 2017

Rain sprinkled down on San Francisco City Hall as 500 protesters lit candles to stand in solidarity with Charlottesville, Virginia. As the wind blew signs across the park, cit...

San Francisco rallies against white supremacy

August 14, 2017

Sophie Penn reports on the Charlottesville counter-protest at San Francisco City Hall.

The demonstration in San Francisco was part of a movement called

Demonstrators call for rejection of Gorsuch

April 3, 2017

In San Francisco, a small force of white canvas tents and demonstrators gathered at the steps of Justin Herman Plaza. Displaying signs that said "We Object -- The People's Defense,"...

After June 1, teens in San Francisco will not be able to get their hands on any tobacco products, as the smoking age will be raised to 21.

San Francisco raises the smoking age

March 6, 2016

When someone turns 18, he becomes an adult and enters a whole new life of responsibility and freedom. He can go wherever and do whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it. However,...

The Giants made history with three World Series wins in 2010, 2012, and 2014.

San Francisco Giants — can the pattern be continued?

March 31, 2015

It’s an early morning during the month of March, and the dirt of the infield is being watered and prepared for practice. Fans line up waiting for players to come out of the clubhouse...

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